Liz has completed Nia’s White, Green, Blue, Brown + Black Belt trainings, Nia 5 Stages, 52 Moves, Moving to Heal + Art of Teaching trainings.
“My passion for Nia was ignited during my first class in 2010. Sensing this Nia thing was so much more than a simple dance class I signed up for as many classes and playshops as possible, stepping into White Belt in 2012. Nia has gifted me the tools to listen to my body, to self heal, move and dance with freedom and pleasure. I have gained self-confidence to express my true self, purpose, strength, flexibility, and body alignment. Nia has transformed my body + life.
My desire is to inspire everyBody to move, have fun and feel alive!
I also offer one-on-one classes within Brisbane’s western suburbs. You are welcome to contact me with any questions…any time!”
Pricing and Details
Please contact me prior to your first class or if you have any questions
Mobile: 0432 891 589
|Classic Nia||5:30pm-6:30pm Wednesday|
Graceville Bowls Club
Graceville Bowls Club, Wylie Street, Graceville QLD, Australia
Feel free to wear any exercise or comfortable clothing that makes you feel good and free to move. Bring a water bottle, towel or yoga mat if you have one.
Nia is a barefoot practice, however you are always welcome to move with soft sole shoes if you are currently healing an injury.
Classic Nia is a joyful, low impact movement class inspired by soul-stirring music. Nia’s unique blend of martial arts, dance and mindfulness gives you an energising cardio workout that benefits body, mind, emotions and spirit. You’ll be guided to listen to your body, moving with sensations of aliveness, pleasure and ease. Adaptable for all ages and fitness levels, Nia meets you where you’re at and invites you to move in your own body’s way.
Nia Moving to Heal is for any body seeking a gentle movement practice to facilitate healing of body, mind, emotions + spirit. Nia defines healing as I feel better!! With inspiring music, you will be guided to mindfully slow down, personalise your movement for your now body’s way…moving to feel and to heal. Students who wish to participate while seated in a chair are always fully supported.